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Denkmeier II Binoviewer with Dual Arm Power Switch

Posted by Tom Hole 10/24/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Binoviewers)

Denkmeier II Binoviewer with Dual Arm Power Switch

A long winded diatribe detailing why I went from three binoviewers to one. The other contenders were my Denkmeier Standards and Televue Binovues.

SkyTools 2. All you need?

Posted by Rod Mollise 10/23/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Software)

SkyTools 2.  All you need?

A Review of Greg Crinklaw's SkyTools 2

Review: Celestron, the Early Years

Posted by Rod Mollise 10/23/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Booksperiodicals)

Review:  Celestron, the Early Years

Think back—way back. While your friends were dreaming of minibikes, massive 8-track stereos, Corvettes and make-out parties were you drooling over White Tube C10s, C16s and (gosh) C22s?

Battery Power

Posted by Mark Keitel 10/07/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Hardware)

Battery Power

Traveling to a Star Party or Remote location one needs to think about power consumption. With our High Tech gear out power consumptions are ever increasing, with mounts, cameras, laptops and the list goes on. Our Star Party sites are slowly becoming overtaxed with our love of High Tech gear.

AP/Baader Planetarium Mark V in Fast Newtonian

Posted by Milton Wilcox 09/24/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Binoviewers)

AP/Baader Planetarium Mark V in Fast Newtonian

With apologies to John Hiatt, it's been a slow turning...

Maps of Time: An Introduction To Big History By David Christian

Posted by Max Corneau 09/21/2004 03:25PM   (Reviews/Accessories/Booksperiodicals)

Maps of Time:  An Introduction To Big History By David Christian

This 634 page tome is well worth the reading effort. Dr. Christian's "big history" work carries the reader from the origins of the universe to the fate of man beyond Earth.

Siebert Optics true 2" Binoviewers - On Another Level

Posted by Jason Davis 09/15/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Binoviewers)

Siebert Optics true 2" Binoviewers - On Another Level

Question: What do you get when you cross the formidable Celestron 14" SCT, true 2" binoviewers and a pair of 22mm Naglers? Answer: The most awesome portable visual astronomy setups in the world.

Aries Chromacor

Posted by Clayton Cramer 09/09/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Hardware)

Aries Chromacor

Can't quite afford an apochromat? Here's a cost-effective alternative for retrofitting your existing achromatic refractor.

Baader Planetarium Fringe Killer

Posted by Clayton Cramer 08/30/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Filters)

Baader Planetarium Fringe Killer

An inexpensive way to improve both color and magnification limits of your achromatic refractor.

Binomate binoviewer / 100mm f/6 achromat package

Posted by Tom Dove 08/26/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Binoviewers)

Double vision (in the best sense) at a bargain price.

An ETX Hardcase Alternative

Posted by Don Carner 08/24/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Other)

An ETX Hardcase Alternative

How to tote your ETX90 for alot less!

Williams Optics 2” high-reflectivity mirror diagonal

Posted by Ed Moreno 08/18/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Hardware)

Williams Optics 2” high-reflectivity mirror diagonal

A premium product with a moderate price-tag

The MoonLite CF2 Refractor Focuser

Posted by Edwin Kessler 08/12/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Hardware)

The MoonLite CF2 Refractor Focuser

Transforming a useable scope into a delightful scope . . .

Dew-Not Aren't Your Typical Heater Straps

Posted by Paul Atkinson 07/15/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Hardware)

Dew-Not Aren't Your Typical Heater Straps

Looking For A New Way To Chase Dew Away? Dew-Not Pass These Up!

A review of three Laser Collimators.

Posted by Floyd Blue 07/11/2004 12:00AM   (Reviews/Accessories/Hardware)

A review of three Laser Collimators.

Are you undecided on whether you need a laser collimator? Can't make up your mind which one is best? Well here is my take on this subject.